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Re: Any gun Smiths here

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The pins can also be repaired by a knowledgeable gunsmith. It's basically boring a hole and installing a new tip. Be advised if you replace the bolt entirely you may alter the headspace which can be a problem. If you get that bolt just switch pins.

Dies are available from Lee at good prices, bullets are .311 diamter like a 303 Brit.

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 Re: Any gun Smiths here in reply to Bret4207, 12-03-2012 04:35:54  
If you pull the bolt out you can just see the tip of the firing pin but it sits back inside just a tad bit and when I try to fire a round it does not dent the primer much if any. As for the bolt I have hard the pin and spring out of it but could not seem to unscrew the firing pin from the Bolt sleeve as per the picture in my guns parts corp catalog. I am planing on just taking the pin spring and sleeve form a bolt I have on the way and swapping those parts out and keeping the bolt I now have. Alinar has one he said he would send me. The rounds I have for it are reloads but not mine and found that half of them have the bullet very loose in the brass so will dump the powder out and check primer fire with empty cases

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